Posted by **Ama** on Sunday, December 5, 2010 at 4:11pm.

A phonograph record of radius 6 cm and mass 15 g is rotating with an angular velocity of 33.33 rev/min. A Penny of mass 1 g suddenly falls on the record and lands at the radial distance of 4 cm from the record’s center. What is the angular velocity after the collision.

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